Junk Mail Classification Turned On in Trunk Builds
Wednesday November 13th, 2002
In a posting to netscape.public.mozilla.mail-news, Dan Mosedale writes, "At the end of last week, I checked in code to turn on basic junk mail classification features in the trunk build. There's still lots of work left to do, but it's in a state where folks should feel free to start playing with it, and filing bugs in Bugzilla. See http://www.mozilla.org/mailnews/spam.html for a short introduction to how it works, as well as credits (getting this up and running has been very much a group effort)."
#9 Read my post, that was not my question
Thursday November 14th, 2002 6:58 AM
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My primary question (which was zero clicks away from your answer) was about the seemingly redundant options of moving junk in the (still disabled) junk mail controls and the one based on the junk status in the mail filters. I could not find anything in the pointers you give that would indicated what the differences, intended use or plans are for that. My remark about what does not work is also NOT about the disabled move function in the junk controls the FAQ is about, but about the filter function that can move/label/etc emails based on the assigned junk status, which is something completely different and has nothing to do with the disabled junk mail controls (it is a filter function).
So please, before telling me to read more carefully it might be advisable to do it yourself.